Working Your Core: How to Do the Bridge Exercise – Health & Fitness – ModernMom



I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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The bridge is a great core exercise that gives a good burn and also works the glutes. Click below to subscribe to our channel for more great videos! Work the whole core by doing this exercise with the help of Brooke Burke and professional fitness trainer Autumn Calabrese in this video on core exercises. Subscribe to ModernMom.com TV – www.youtube.com ModernMom.com TV – www.youtube.com ModernMom Website: www.modernmom.com ModernMom on Facebook www.facebook.com ModernMom on Twitter: twitter.com ModernMom on Google+: plus.google.com

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  1. mrbrownie200 says:

    does this exercise make the butt smaller

  2. @Desarollo

  3. ScaryDoLL3587 says:

    this really hurts my butt is it suppose to feel like im getting a cramp?????

  4. When people who’ve had plastic surgery and artificial enhancements and HAVE to work out to keep up their careers, teach the real women who can’t afford or live up to the lifestyle, and whom have other types of jobs where working out is not only not a requirement but has to be squeezed in here and there, it can’t be good for self-esteem and body image. I just hope no one’s watching these and thinking badly about themselves.

  5. alexharakiri says:

    yes

  6. wow Brooke Burke is almost 40 and she looks like she’s 20. what a beauty.

  7. XxCAMISAD0xX says:

    The girl in the blue was checking the girl in the pink out.

  8. ROBINSTEELEMUSIC says:

    oh its workin

  9. fr1edweezy says:

    I dont see why not

  10. Can this work for guy too?

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